To answer your original question: Yes, the reason you aren’t able to pick up any image sets is that NamesAndTypes is not configured correctly. This module needs to mach the filename in order to assign the image a name; since the rules specified for the various pipelines you tried do not match your specific files, the pipeline fails to start.
I see that the image you uploaded has the nuclei in gray but another stain in color. I’m not sure what you did in terms of merging the individual channels, but unfortunately it renders the image unusable. Ideally, you want the color image to represent onnly onne stain for each color. But since the nuclei are gray, they appear in all 3 and hence cannot be separated (or at least, cannot be deconvolved from the other stains).
You are better served by saving each of the channels (DAPI, FITC, 594, and 647) as a individual grayscale file, and giving each channel a specific nomenclature such that NamesAndTypes can specify rules to match the filename text and assign it to a name. You can see examples of how this is done on our examples page: cellprofiler.org/examples.shtml, where most of the examples there contain multi-channel assays.
If you can provide individual channels for a site of interest, we would be in a better position to produce a pipeline that can do what you need.